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Promoted 03-18-2015 by Corwin at 10:18 PM View Original Post
ThatDailyDeal.com has Honeywell 7-Day Programmable Thermostat w/ Backlit Display (RCT8103A) on Sale for $19.99. Shipping is Free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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For more details the PDF operating manual for this thermostat is here. Programmable thermostats like this can really help you save on your heating and cooling bills. -Corwin

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Edited March 18, 2015 at 03:19 PM by DeividdoSama
Actually a pretty decent deal for a brand name thermostat Smilie

A simple, easy to use 7 day programmable thermostat. A programmable thermostat can save you up to 33-Percent off your energy bill, if used as directed. You set it up to adjust the temperature when you are away or asleep-times when you don't necessarily need to heat or cool your home to optimum comfort-and your HVAC equipment runs less. Plus, your heating or cooling comes back to the comfort level you desire before you come home or wake up. Honeywell programmable thermostats are easy to install (usually under 15 minutes) and are pre-programmed for your convenience. For more than a century, Honeywell thermostats have been the popular choice of homeowners. This thermostat is compatible with single-stage heating/cooling systems, heating, cooling

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  • Backlit digital display
  • Compatible with heating, cooling and heat pumps without auxiliary heat
  • Accurate temperature control of +/-1-Degree F for consistent comfort
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Last Edited by robintrade March 19, 2015 at 07:56 AM
One thing to note: this unit is a "cool" OR "heat" thermostat. It does not offer the "auto mode"
What does this mean to you? Well, if you live in an area where the temperature varies greatly throughout the day, you may have to manually adjust this unit during the day.
Where I live, the overnight temp could be 40 degrees. I may want heat. But during the late afternoon, temps in my area could be 80 degrees. I would want cool. If this unit had an auto feature, it would switch from heat to cool on it's own.
But with no auto feature, I would have to change the thermostat from "heat" to "cool" in order for the air conditioner to come on in the afternoon.

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Is it a 7-day or a 5 + 2 day? Confusing write up on this item.
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Quote from redRanger View Post :
Is it a 7-day or a 5 + 2 day? Confusing write up on this item.
Based on similar models, it should be the same 5 + 2 day thermostat. But this for sure will answer your question.


PDF Manual [honeywell.com]
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Is it a 7-day or a 5 + 2 day? Confusing write up on this item.
I would assume 5-2 like the manual shows although maybe its 5-1-1 for the A model.

As for the confusion... I found some cases where Honeywell shipped thermostats with the wrong software so the box said 7 day but they were actually programmed to be 5-2 and they got recalled. Might explain the price/description/box picture
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Hello all,

We apologize for any confusion with our previous write up. It has since been updated, and should answer any questions you might have. If not, please feel free to send us an email at support@jamminbutter.com and we would be happy to help.

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Unless specifically stated I assume this doesn't handle the humidity controls?
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Can this model be run batteries-only?
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Can this model be run batteries-only?
No. It replaces your current wall thermostat.
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For those of you in Mass, opt in for the free MassSave program and the auditor will replace your existing old thermostat with this one for free. Very easy to install and also to use.
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For those of you in Mass, opt in for the free MassSave program and the auditor will replace your existing old thermostat with this one for free. Very easy to install and also to use.
In Massachusetts, you might consider the $100 rebate on the wifi enabled thermostat.
http://www.masssave.com/residenti...hermostats


There is almost always a wifi thermostat available for around $100. If you wait for one to go on sale, they can be a money maker.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Honeyw...5yc1vZc5kl

http://www.amazon.com/Honeywell-R...thermostat
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Some may be interested in wifi version, which was $60 if you search. target in-store.
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Thanks OP! I missed this when it was on sale at this price at Home Depot.
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Hm... It's not compatible with auxiliary heat.
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